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Comment on Heliocentric theory is wrong (pt1) by B.Mueller.

I don’t believe in a lot of things, including ISS, Apollo, vaccines, nukes, etc. But I still do believe the Earth is a planet within the solar system. Your ideas about a flat earth or a heaven made of glass just don’t add up. You provided some useful information here, thx for that, but you mostly seem to connect serious critic with stupid flat earth ideas lacking any common sense. And you do that on the purpose to make serious critic look stupid. Maybe I can explain one thing to you as an example of your wrong thinking: there is no constant wind because everything on the surface including the air moves with the same speed. What happens if you jump within a fast moving train? You will land exactly on the same place because you’re moving with the same speed, the train moves. It’s the principles of inertia my friends. And it belongs to the good old physic which was valid before Einstein entered the stage.

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Heliocentric theory is wrong (pt1)
what advantage has the concave (or flat) earth theory in comparison to the idea of a solar system where the Earth is only one of many planets? We observe moving planets and their movement matches the idea of a solar system. Even ancient Egyptians knew about that and could calculate the eclipse precisely. Do you know the Titius-Bode law, which predicts the existence of all planets? The solar system theory is imho the best explanation for all the phenomena we can observe and experience in our universe. The concave Earth theory just seems absurd to me.

Heliocentric theory is wrong (pt1)
I didn’t mean jumping on a train but simply jumping inside the train, where you cannot experience any significant air resistance. Everything on the surface of the Earth moves with the same speed. That includes all air molecules. All movement is relative. If you run within the train, you’ll have a certain speed in relation to the train. In relation to the last train station, you will have a different speed. Speed is a vector and a vector has only direction and size and no position or beginning. I’ve been flying around the globe once thanks to air miles. It took three days. The concept of a round planet earth is older than NASA’s lies. Just because NASA keeps presenting to us fake Earth pictures doesn’t invalidate this concept. IMHO the big pseudo-scientific lies started around 1900, where people like Einstein entered the stage. Do you know, Einstein was pretty poor in school, working quietly in an office until 1905 where he between March and June 1905 suddenly presented all his four masterpieces and his PHD work? Wiki describes that as “explosion of genius”. That’s the time all the lies started. But the concept of a solar system goes back to the ancient times and is still valid.

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Is the moon an optical illusion?
did you ever watched the planet Jupiter? It takes about 15 min to see the big red spot to significantly change position. Then there are the moons also visibly moving around. Or take sun spots. They also change position during the day. It’s not that difficult to observe such movement in reality.

Is the moon an optical illusion?
If you watch mountains your view is reduced depending on air conditions. You’re watching through dense atmosphere for the entire distance. If you watch at the moon, the dense part of the atmosphere is pretty short. The air gets thinner and thinner. At Mount Everest, which is some 8km high, there is already almost not enough air to breath. That’s why on clear nights you can see the moon so clear. How do you explain this using your flat earth theory? Why can’t you see the mountains far away if the earth is flat?

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